An Evening With Groucho and An Evening With George Burns for those who want to hear these without having to click on several tracks at once... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Groucho Marx, George Burns, Old Time Radio
Gracie's wardrobe lady, Jane Adams, gets a trip for two to Hawaii. Gracie sets out to find Jane a husband, not knowing she's already married. Season 3, Episode 1 (October 9, 1952) Trivia: Elvie Allman who plays Jane, played Gracie's man-crazy best friend, Tootsie Sagwell on the Swan Soap Burns and Allen radio show in the 1940s. First filmed show of Burns and Allen. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, George Burns, Gracie Allen
From 9/12/1966: Lucy and George Burns (Season 5, Episode 1) George Burns decides to include Lucy in his new nightclub act. This is #3 of 30 episodes believed to be in the Public Domain. This HQ Video donated by the Vintage Media Network, a companion to the Vintage Entertainment Radio Network. Enjoy! http://publicdomainradio.blogspot.ca/ Topics: Lucille Ball, Gale Gordon, George Burns, VintageMediaNet
A comedy 80s Anthology? Gamma and I survey George Burns' Comedy Week with special focus on the pilot episode, "The Couch". Topics: 80s, tv, anthology, anthologies, comedy, George Burns, George Burns' Comedy Week.
The surviving 1947 and 1948 broadcasts of George Burns & Gracie Allen's classic radio comedies. Featuring Mel Blanc as the Happy Postman, music by Meredith Willson, and a cast that included, at various times, Elvia Allman, Bea Benaderet, Hal March, and Hans Conreid, as well as some of the once-famous "Radio Row" regulars (Joseph Kearns, Marylee Robb, Elliott Lewis, Gerald Mohr, among others . . .) Topics: George Burns, Gracie Allen, old-time radio, comedy
An episode of "The George Burns Show". Notice the lack of an "Allen" in the title. Gracie retired and George continued with this short-lived series. This episode aired 23 December 1958 on NBC. It contains the original commercials for Halo shampoo, Colgate Dental Cream (with Gardol), and Fab detergent. The episode also features a very annoying laugh-track. Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, The George Burns Show, George Burns, Ronnie Burns,...
Mary arrives late and gives Jack a fantastic excuse. George Burns stops by to sing "If you say I beg your pardon, then I'll come back to you." Topics: Jack Benny Program, Jack Benny, George Burns, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
Gracie's mother hates George and doesn't think he can take care of her daughter, so George agrees to a plan to get her to go home. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
1952 episode of the classic TV series "The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show", featuring original commercials. In this episode, Gracie goes to a fortune teller, with hilarious results. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, Classic TV, 50's TV, Sitcom
George has been picked to co-star with Betty Grable in a film, but doesn't want the part. Gracie launches a scheme to change his mind, but her plan works all too well. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
George complains to Gracie about her gossip column. Gracie hires Harpo Marx as a snooping reporter to dig up celebrity dirt for her column. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Harpo, Marx, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
George fusses at Gracie about wasteful spending, so to save money, Gracie buys a live turkey to fatten up for Thanksgiving. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
George and Gracie plan a big New Years Eve celebration, but Gracie forgot to mail out the invitations. Everyone has made other plans for New Years and can't make it then, so Gracie decides to hold the party early and fool George into thinking he overslept a whole day. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
George is excited about a producer being interested in having him in a movie, but unfortunately, Gracie plans to help him get the part. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
Gracie is at home taking care of her sick grandfather, so George decides to broadcast the show from there. George explains Thanksgiving to Gracie. Gracie's house gets quarantined because of measles and George tries to escape. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
Gracie is anxious to solve crimes after falling in love with a radio detective program, so she drags George out in search of a stolen car. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
George talks about his vaudeville days. George and Gracie perform their version of the 1940 film Gold Rush Maisie, that they call Gold Rush Gracie. Topics: Burn and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
Gracie is upset that George won't buy her a fur coat, so George decides to go rabbit hunting for the fur to make her a coat. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
An episode of the early television comedy "The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show". This episode aired 12 October 1950 over the CBS Television Network. An IMDb review suggests it's the first episode of this live series. Contains original commercials for Carnation Evaporated Milk. Please forgive the somewhat poor picture quality, caused by poor source material. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, Comedy, Sitcom, Humor, Humorous, Gracie Allen, George Burns, Bill Goodwin,...
George and Gracie celebrate their 15th anniversary and recall the day when guest Al Jolson gave them their big break in show business. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Al Jolson, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
George tries to make sense out of Gracie's story about her day at the parade. George wants to break things up between Gracie and Artie Shaw. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
(37 Episodes) OTRs Burns & Allen Husband & wife Comedy Team George Burns & Gracie Allen, more widely known as simply "BURNS & ALLEN." * def gp ddh Topics: Old Time Radio, OTR Sitcom, George Burns & Gracie Allen. Burns & Allan
With Christmas getting closer, George starts receiving hints from everyone for presents. George and Gracie decide they shouldn't get each other presents, but neither one keeps to the agreement. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
In this week's episode, the Gang lights up creepy cigars with George Burns as he switches bodies with his dolt of a grandson in the 1988 comedy, 18 Again! Topics: movies, comedy, podcast, we hate movies, george burns, parody, film, cinema, body swap
George finds himself in serious trouble with the law when he finds out Gracie got a parking ticket months ago and didn't tell George, so he hadn't paid the ticket or answered any of the summons to appear in court. Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, Old Time Radio, OTR
(DVD Quality) Air Date: December 20, 1951. Mamie is back with the girls to visit for the holidays. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Burns and Allen, George Burns and Gracie Allen, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Harry von Zell, Bea...
Re-upload with better picture quality. This is the thanksgiving episode of "Burns & Allen", originally aired 22 November 1951 on CBS. Classic comedy. Features original commercials with Harry von Zell for Carnation Evaporated Milk. Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, Comedy, Sitcom, Classic Comedy, Live TV, Live...
From 13 September 1951. Episode of the popular sitcom "Burns & Allen", aired live on CBS. This had been uploaded before, but this copy is more complete. In this classic episode, Gracie lets two complete strangers get married in their house, after the bride's mother did a favor for Gracie. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: 1951, Classic TV, Television, The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show, Burns & Allen, CBS,...
Real life husband and wife team, George Burns and Gracie Allen, star in this radio sitcom. Most of the antics revolve around Gracie's dizzy behaviors and George's responses. This show includes some great banter and "one liners" typical of vaudeville acts. Musical interludes sometimes break up the show's scripted plots. From 1946-1949 the show was titled, Maxwell House Coffee Time, after the show's sponsor. Celebrities often figure into the story lines in comical ways. The show... Topics: Old time radio, OTR, George Burns, Gracie Allen, Comedy, The Burns and Allen Show, Maxwell House...
This is an edited excerpt from January 5, 1933. It contains a guest appearance of George Burns and Gracie Allen on NBC's Fleischmann's Yeast Hour, which starred Rudy Vallee. It is followed by the show's sign off, as aired. Note that there's an edit immediately after Rudy asks Gracie about her brother. This edit compensates for a few lines that were not recorded on the disk. Her brother was a ghost character: talked about, but not heard in their sketches. Because they had their own series on... Topics: Rudy Vallee, George Burns, Gracie Allen, NBC. CBS, WEAF, Fleischmanns Yeast Hour, uncoated aluminum...